Article 13 rift grows as Copyright Directive talks resume

The European Parliament voted through a draft version of the new Directive on September 12, 2018. On that day, European Parliament Members (MEPs) voted 438 to 226 (with 39 abstentions) to proceed with the proposed copyright reform. Since then, a war of words has been waged between the likes of MEPs, YouTube, Universal Music Group Owner Vivendi, the global recorded music industry and publishers – with songwriters and artist groups now weighing in.

Source: Article 13 rift grows in music biz as Copyright Directive talks resume

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